Review Fairyhouse 25th Jan

Wed 25th Jan 2017, 16:40

Prospectus confirmed his superiority over Dakota Moirette in the Promote Your Business At Fairyhouse In 2017 Hurdle.

Despite finishing 12 lengths behind his rival over course and distance in December, Dakota Moirette was sent off the 9-4 favourite and made his own running.

He took a few lengths out of his rivals swinging for home, forp>Prospectus (3-1) went in pursuit and collared him after the last to score by a length and a quarter.

West Bridge ran out a very fortunate winner of the Online Discounts At fairyhouse.ie Mares Maiden Hurdle.

The Sandra Hughes-trained 9-2 chance was being tackled for the lead by Chambord Du Lys when the odds-on favourite got the last all wrong, andp>West Bridge held on by half a length.

Ruby Walsh made amends for his mishap on Chambord Du Lys when driving Tin Soldier to the spoils in the Next Racing At Fairyhouse Saturday February 4th Maiden Hurdle.

The 5-2 chance last raced in France in the summer of 2015 but made a victorious Irish debut, beating Champagne Classic by a length and a quarter.

His trainer Willie Mullins completed a brace for the afternoon when 2-5 favourite Mystic Theatre landed the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Mares Flat Race.

There was a good word for the dual point-to-point scorer prior to this first start under Rules and she didn't disappoint, showing a good turn of foot to put the race to bed over a furlong out before comfortably holding off Gracemount.

Divisions one and two of the Your Clubs Fundraiser At Fairyhouse, Enquire Today Handicap Hurdle went to Western Goose (16-1) and She'llbeallright (5-1) respectively, while Clontarf made a successful (4-1) fencing debut in the Book Your Easter Festival Tickets Today Beginners Chase.

The latter's trainer Dermot McLoughlin doubled up when 6-1 shot Larry Capri proved too strong under 7lb claimer Danny Hand in the Bobbyjo Bistro Great Food Great Deals Handicap Chase.

Theatre brings up Mullins brace

Willie Mullins doubled up in the bumper at Fairyhouse today when Mystic Theatre ran out a cosy winner on her ‘track’ debut.

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